by Nick Polizzi
I came across the little saying below the other day and felt called to share it.
“Your mind is a garden, your thoughts are the seeds, the harvest can either be flowers or weeds.”
Our thoughts often pass behind our eyelids without much investigation into their origin, as though these assemblages of information are out of our control – a simple reaction to something we just witnessed.
But are they really so untamable?
In Eastern religions, particularly Tibetan Buddhism, there is a notion of cultivating spaciousness or breathing room between our inner world and any events that are transpiring around us. It takes a little practice, but if we learn to hold space for whatever the “outer us” is experiencing, we can begin to examine the thoughts, beliefs and patterns that are running through our minds.
Will this thought help me evolve and thrive or will it…
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